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Habitat Restoration

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Habitat restoration and water quality protection are essential parts of the
overall restoration program. The habitat restoration component of the
program will strategically identify and address critical habitat areas
within each of the target streams, specifically any major limiting factors
affecting Atlantic salmon.

The program will also be working with existing conservation groups to
connect and multiple the resources available for habitat restoration. For
example, the OFAH has several community-based member clubs in the Greater
Toronto Area, and Trout Unlimited Canada has existing chapters focusing on
coldwater resource restoration on some of the target streams. Volunteers,
conservation clubs, school groups and community groups can all deliver the on the ground projects.

For more information, or to volunteer on habitat restoration projects, please contact Matt Burley at matt_burley@ofah.org

 

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